04-22-2009 01:35 PM
04-22-2009 01:59 PM
04-22-2009 02:21 PM
The link goes to a site to enter your Msn username and password (Phishing??)
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04-22-2009 02:37 PM - last edited on 04-22-2009 03:43 PM by Tim_Lopez
A number of her contacts have said they have received variations on the link I have just sent.As well I have an MSN Messenger account and have received 3 similiar but slightly different links all look dubious. It seems the link appears and then she goes off line just as quickly
(18:03) Hannah: PEOPLE WITH SAME INTEREST
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04-22-2009 03:01 PM
If your daughter's machine is infected, Quads has put you on the right track to solving the problem.
Another possibility is that some associate of your daughter's has been infected. Most malicious e-mail worms spoof the return address on e-mails using a random address from the infected machine's address book.
04-23-2009 03:34 PM
04-23-2009 04:01 PM
It is also possible that someone has hacked the account and is sending emails from another location. You should change the password on the account and see if that helps.
If her machine is also possibly infected, I would also recommend logging in from another machine to change the password. Also don't use the new password on the possibly infected computer until your sure there is no infection.
04-24-2009 11:23 AM